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Mammography/Radiologic Technologist | Marshall Medical Center



Marshall Medical Center is seeking a Mammography/Radiologic Technologist in their beautiful Placerville, CA location.


POSITION SUMMARY


The Mammography/Radiologic Technologist operates mammography/radiology/fluoroscopic/DEXA equipment to produce high quality images for interpretation by the radiologist.  Performs routine and advanced imaging using fixed and portable imaging equipment.  Ensures the quality control of imaging equipment and radiation safety of patients, visitors and workers.   Assists in the performance of interventions when necessary.  Ensures patient concerns are addressed in a caring and informative manner.  Informs patients of the latest developments in Women’s healthcare and provides resources for patients’ information.  Maintains a high standard of practice by participating in continued education in the field of mammography.  Performs a minimum of one hundred mammography exams per year. 


POSITION QUALIFICATIONS 


Education/Licensure/Certification:

  • Must hold current California Radiological Technologists (CRT) licensure in Radiological Technology and Mammography. 

  • National American Registry of Radiological Technologists (ARRT) licensure strongly preferred. 

  • Current Basic Life Support (BLS) certification required. 

  • Education (CE) requirements must be current. 

  • CA Fluoroscopy license required. 

  • A.S. degree or Completion Certificate from a Radiological Technology Program required. 


 Knowledge:

  • Knowledge of Department of Human Services (DHS) and Mammography Quality Standards Act (MQSA) regulations required. 

  • Minimum one-year experience performing mammography unsupervised.

  • Must complete one-hundred mammography exams yearly, minimum.  Previous experience performing DEXA scans preferred. 

  • Demonstrated literacy with computers.


Skills:

  • High standard work ethic. 

  • Must have excellent interpretive skills. 

  • Must have expertise in mammography techniques and positioning and competency in dealing with mammography patients. 

  • Knowledge of issues in women’s healthcare.   

  • Demonstrated ability to work and remain calm under stressful conditions.

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